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The Role of the CEO
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3:04:32 - 3:07:08 (02:36)

The role of a CEO is not just about barking out orders and making decisions without any input or consent from the team. It's more about being able to hold the team together like subatomic particles, without them all escaping, while still making important decisions when necessary.

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